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Gone to Texas : a compendium of the Dulany, Haddox, Heaton, Holland and Martin families

by Mary Rebecca (Dulany) Scott
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Tomball, Texas : M.R.D. Scott, c1989
viii, 321 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

Notes

Thomas Dulany was born in 1689 in Ireland. He immigrated to America and settled first in Baltimore County. He and his wife, Anne, had at least four sons born in Maryland and North Carolina. The family was living in North Carolina by 1748 and in Onslow County, North Carolina, by 1754. Descendants listed, chiefly some of the descendants of Thomas' grandson, Rev. Benjamin Dulany (1784-1852), of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Alabama, lived in Alabama, Texas, and elsewhere.

Includes the Bird, Griffin, Haddox, Oliver, Ruggles, Scott, and other related families.

Also includes other ancestral and related families of the author. Ancestors include: Thomas Martin (1792-1855) of South Carolina and Alabama -- William Madison Haddox (1772-ca. 1848) of Virginia and South Carolina -- Henry Heaton (1812-1858) of Virginia and Arkansas -- John Holland (1824-1908) of Tennessee and Texas.

Includes index.

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